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  • n. Alternative spelling of depolarization.

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  • n. a loss of polarity or polarization


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  • To achieve "depolarisation," there is nothing more efficacious than the frankness and explicitness of scientific statement, however elementary.

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  • Talks on such subjects should be very infrequent, but I believe that, if "depolarisation" is to be achieved, they must be repeated every now and then during later childhood and in adolescence.

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  • Additionally, they said the breakdown of aspartame causes nerves to fire excessively, which can indirectly lead to a high rate of neuron depolarisation.

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  • Oliver Wendell Holmes, and submit such words to a process of depolarisation, which brings out their real meaning.

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  • The mechanism of action of the drug is depolarisation of the cell membrane and destruction of the cell wall.

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  • For example, the intracellular and extracellular concentrations of Na+ and K+ ions is significant in neurones, as they play a vital role in the establishment of resting potentials, and for depolarisation and subsequent repolarisation.

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  • The wave of depolarisation is directed inferiorly and towards the left, and thus the P wave tends to be upright in leads I and II and inverted in lead aVR.

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  • Bifid P waves result from slight asynchrony between right and left atrial depolarisation.

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  • Dr. Sergei Kirov, a neuroscientist in the Medical College of Georgia Schools of Medicine and Graduate Studies, has revealed that it is called anoxic depolarisation, and it primarily results from the brain getting insufficient blood and oxygen after a stroke. News Feed

  • The upper panel illustrates a typical experiment where the cell was treated with a progressively depolarised pre-pulse before eliciting a peak inward current with a depolarisation stimulus of − 30 mV (protocol indicated by inset).

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